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20.00 acres | Agricultural Zoning

Turn this parcel into your own personal retreat of seclusion and self-reliance. The property is zoned for Agricultural use, but you could also use it as a recreational property for 4-wheeling or any other creative manner of use you come up with! There are no roads directly leading to the property, so a rugged, four wheel drive vehicle is needed for the trek out there. Stock up on supplies in Rawlins, which is the closest small town at 32 miles away.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9675
Size 20.00 acres
Dimensions 1320' x 660'
Road Access Access Nearby
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code A (Agriculture)
Zoning Definition

A (Agriculture): Agricultural, both commercial and non-commercial, farming and raising of grain permitted. Min lot size: 35 Acre Minimum for Permitted Use Other than Residence / 10 Acre Minimum for Residence / Five Acre Minimum for Family Exemption. All structures housing farm animals shall be at least 100 feet from all residential, business and commercial districts.

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Location

County Sweetwater
State Wyoming
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) R0127807
Estimated Annual Taxes $26.37
Legal Description

The North ½ of the Southeast ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 25, Township 23 North, Range 91 West, 6th Principal Meridian, Sweetwater County, Wyoming 40 acres m/l.

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